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Ubuntu Certified Professional

Ubuntu is joining the vendor-specific Linux certification scene alongside Red Hat’s RHCT/RHCE/RHCA/RHCSS and Novell’s CLP and CLE, and they are doing so by building upon the “vendor-neutral” LPI certifications
Read about the announcement here


From Q1 2007 delegates will be able to prepare for, and achieve, the qualification by attending two five day courses available via a global network of partners. They are the first in a series of classroom-based and e-learning courses designed to enable System Administrators to pass the required LPI 101, LPI 102 and the Ubuntu (LPI 199) exams.

You can also read about it at the Ubuntu website

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